Thus, the difference in the secondary compound
composition could alter the attractiveness of the plant.
Besides their pathogenicity these fungi also produce a wide range of secondary compound
Innovative positional 13C-labelling will break new ground quantifying real-time sub-molecular carbon investment into VOCs and CO2, enabling mechanistic descriptions of the underlying biochemical pathways coupling anabolic and catabolic processes, particularly the long overlooked link between secondary compound
synthesis and CO2 emission in the light.
This study used the same developmental stages of nuts described in the secondary compound
They looked in the rear but the secondary compound
holding the Jaycee and the girls was so well hidden they saw only a porch and a fence.
The validation has shown that the PocketTips are effective for simple compound transfers as well as more complex secondary compound
screening applications, such as selectively assays (P450), potency determinations IC50), cell- and enzyme-based assays and PCR primer dilutions.
Results of the secondary compound
show that tannic acid was low for most species.
However, it is possible that pikas cause a reduction in secondary compound
production by harvesting plants high in phenolics.
6-Methoxybenzoxazolinone (MBOA) was identified as a plant secondary compound
which was used by montane voles, Microtus montanus, to stimulate reproduction at exactly the appropriate time for food availability to support pup rearing (47-49).
rossii, and delay consumption until the toxins decay, then (1) toxins should decrease to acceptable levels during storage; (2) pikas should be capable of distinguishing between plants with high and low concentrations of phenolics and should prefer the latter; and (3) plants initially high in secondary compounds
should be consumed from the cache after secondary compound
Gundlach and coworkers also applied MJ to 36 additional cell suspension cultures in which the secondary compound
was less well defined, and all responded with the accumulation of low molecular mass compounds.
1998) described vegetable tannins as carbon-based secondary compounds
and noted that their biosynthesis related to growth or differentiation processes in plants is regulated by the availability of environmental resources.